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Adelaide players rally behind vidmar

Adelaide players rally behind vidmar


Brett 월드 카지노McGowan: McGowan goes out on a high after scoring.

Joe Daniher: The Adelaide captain’s debut for Peel is a big win for the club.

Josh Kelly: The big names of Peel are behind the team as they attempt to make a serious run at the grand final.

Jack Macrae: Macrae celebrates a goal with his teammates after they beat the Peel Thunder to knock out Peel on home soil.


Peel: Josh Kelly opens the scoring.

Peel: Jake Wills tries to find the back of the net with an inside pass after half time.

Peel: Josh Kelly and Jack Giesbrecht both score for the Eagles in a spirited contest.


“We can start to win a lot of the games we’ve been playing 용인안마against these guys. We’re playing on the back foot. They’ve got a huge strength of character, so we’re going to have to just go out and try to beat them.”

– Michael Cimbrough on a 2-0 victory over Peel at the MCG in 2004.


Adelaide 35, Brisbane 31 (Alessandro Floreanone 30, Connor Edwards 30, Matt Breslin 60)

COWBOYS 2.3 7.4 (95)

LIONS 3.8 10.8 (92)


Adelaide: Crouch 2, McGovern, Rioli, Boulahan, Bell, O’Hanlon, Credlin, Brown

Brgta5카지노isbane: Williams 2, Wardle, Dickson, Macrae, Bell, Giesbrecht


Adelaide: O’Hanlon, Macrae, Williams

Brisbane: Wills, Dickson, Dickson, Credlin


Adelaide: Dickson (toe), Boudica (ankle)

Brisbane: Brown (knee), Allen (illness)

Reports: Nil

Umpires: Jones, Fildes

Official crowd: 28,416 at the MCG

Teens charged over robinvale bashing

Teens charged over robinvale bashing

Cape Breton police are investigating a series of burglaries at three home addresses in the town this week, police say.

In the early hours o바카라사이트f April 8 police were dispatched to several homes at 599 West Main Street, at 909 University Avenue and at 616 University Avenue.

The suspect description of the suspects was similar to those that have been linked to similar burglari바카라es at the same addresses recently, po우리카지노lice say.

“Anyone with information is asked to contact the local police force at 767-8500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477,” police say.

With files from CTV Atlantic’s Peter DeGraff